Definition of Fuji-san

1. Noun. An extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in Japan; last erupted in 1707; famous for its symmetrical snow-capped peak; a sacred mountain and site for pilgrimages.

Exact synonyms: Fuji, Fujinoyama, Fujiyama, Mount Fuji
Group relationships: Japan, Nihon, Nippon
Generic synonyms: Volcano



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fuji-san

Fuchs' uveitis
Fuchsia coccinea
Fuchsia excorticata
Fuchsian group
Fuchsian groups
Fucus serratus
Fucus vesiculosus
Fuegian
Fuegians
Fuego
Fuentes
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarios de Colombia
Fugard
Fugo
Fuji
Fuji-san
Fujian
Fujihara
Fujinoyama
Fujita scale
Fujiwara
Fujiyama
Fukien
Fukkianese
Fukui
Fukuoka
Fukushima
Ful
Fula
Fulah

Literary usage of Fuji-san

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1. Terry's Japanese Empire: Including Korea and Formosa, with Chapters on by Thomas Philip Terry (1914)
"... to see (on the slope of fuji-san) the lovely ... From Yokohama to the summit of fuji-san. fuji-san (Fuji Mt.) ..."

2. Greatest Wonders of the World by Esther Singleton (1900)
"fuji-san (.JAPAN) SIR EDWIN ARNOLD I HAVE just made in the company of Captain John Ingles, RN, Naval Adviser to the Imperial Government of this country, ..."

3. Japan as Seen and Described by Famous Writers by Esther Singleton (1904)
"fuji-san SIR EDWIN ARNOLD YOU would not wonder, residing here, that everybody in Japan ... Fuji-San, even among her loftiest sisters, is a giantess, nearer, ..."

4. Japan: Travels and Researches Undertaken at the Cost of the Prussian Government by Johannes Justus Rein (1884)
"The chief amongst them are the following :— Fuji-no-yama (fuji-san) in ... fuji-san rises on a broad base to a height of 3745 metres, isolated into the air ..."

5. The Playground of the Far East by Walter Weston (1918)
"CHAPTER III ANNALS OF fuji-san (I.) Fuji in Literature, Legend, ... references to fuji-san in Japanese literature are to be found in a very ancient and ..."

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